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How To Get Soccer Sponsorships

David Beckham, Ronaldihno, and Maradona have helped to make soccer a world famous sport. The World Cup is broadcasted in many countries around the world and companies pay millions for a short ad during these types of events. If you think you’ve got what it takes to be the next David Beckham, then you should look into getting sponsors now. If you do happen to make it big, don’t forget about the people who sponsored you at the beginning and helped you get there. Here are a couple ways to get soccer sponsorships.



1. Soccer clubs are in many cities around the world and often offer incentives to top players. While you may have to try out to get into famous soccer clubs, if you do get in, it will be well worth it. Not only do these top clubs pay for many players expenses, but they will probably offer you a salary as well. Local soccer clubs might be a way to get your foot in the door, so to speak. By practicing, you’ll become a better player. And in addition, soccer scouts often come to games and will be able to see what you’ve got to offer.

2. Soccer scouts can make even the most confident players nervous and drop the ball. However, they can be indispensable for getting a good contract. Since you will probably be busy before the game, try talk to them after the game. Introduce yourself and say that you’re glad to meet them, and try to get their business card as well. While hassling scouts is not recommended, you should try to at least introduce yourself. Don’t turn up your nose at any scout. By being polite and courteous to all of them, you’ll increase your chances of getting sponsored by a big school or club.

3. Companies that produce soccer merchandise is a logical place to look for sponsorship. There’s nothing like getting something for free, no matter how big or small. Talk to the smaller sporting goods stores in your town and ask if they’d be willing to sponsor you, whether by paying for some of your soccer club fees or offering you merchandise. If they do offer you something, don’t forget to say thanks. A nice gift would be an autograph. You’ll find that they’ll probably post it prominently in their store.

If this sounds like something that interests you, consider contacting one of our sponsorship consultants to find out more information about soccer sponsorships.

 

 

 

 

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